Abstract

George Parras, President of Cultural Gardens Federation, describes the history and upkeep of Cleveland's Cultural Gardens. As President, Mr. Parras believes the gardens exemplify an enduring message of peace. He discusses how he became President of the gardens, establishing a new garden, festivals within the gardens, and trying to recieve national landmark status from the federal government. Topics include safety, world peace, and preserving the Doan Brook.

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Creator

Parras, George (interviewee)

Project

Cleveland Cultural Gardens series 1

Date

2002

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

29 minutes

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